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Amarin Critic's Petition Counters Its Bid To Stop Some Omega-3 Supplement Sales

Executive Summary

"In a bid to have the right to purchase high-purity omega-3 supplements stripped from US consumers, Amarin attempted to circumvent the jurisdiction granted by Congress" to FDA, says Medical Research Collaborative in petition. The author also has reviewed Amarin's business results and has been critical of its stability.

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